Date of Award

12-17-2004

Degree Type

Thesis

Degree Name

M.U.R.P.

Degree Program

Urban and Regional Planning

Department

College of Urban and Public Affairs

Major Professor

Brooks, Jane

Second Advisor

Nelson, Marla

Third Advisor

Normand, Rick

Abstract

This is a study of the change in property values over a ten year period, from 1993 to 2003, in New Orleans, Louisiana. Sales prices for the entire city are compared to sales prices in two locally designated historic districts and one control neighborhood. The intent of the paper is to identify the effect that local historic protections have on real property values.

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